Resources

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of community groups, citizen organizations, organizing campaigns, and unions fighting for better wages and a better life for workers.

Here are a few of the organizations discussed in “The Fight for Fifteen”:

Fight for $15
Fast Food Forward
SEIU
SEIU 775
Working Washington
15 Now
AFL-CIO
Alliance for a Just Society
Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education
Center for American Progress
Center for Community Change
Center for Economic and Policy Research
Center for Popular Democracy
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Coalition of Immokalee Workers
Coworker.org
Democratic National Committee
Demos
Domestic Workers United
Economic Policy Institute
Fair Work Center
Freelancers Union
Jobs with Justice
Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy
National Day Laborer Organizing Network
National Domestic Workers Alliance
National Employment Law Project
National Guestworker Alliance
National People’s Action
New York Communities for Change 
New York Taxi Workers Alliance
OneAmerica
OUR Walmart
Partnership for Working Families
Puget Sound Sage
Restaurant Opportunities Center
Roosevelt Institute
Socialist Alternative
Teamsters
UNITE HERE
United Food and Commercial Workers Union
Washington Center for Equitable Growth
The Workers Lab
Workers Defense Project
Working Families Party

Disclaimer: The list above is representative, not inclusive. Linking here does not imply an organizational endorsement of the book “The Fight for Fifteen” or any of the author’s specific conclusions or policy proposals.